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Atlantis Puts a New Face on the Gorgon Medusa

Jemima Rooper

Don't avert your eyes! Atlantis' version of Medusa won't turn you into stone ... yet. read more

BBC America Renews Atlantis for Season 2

Sarah Parish, Alexander Siddig, Aiysha Hart

BBC America is staying in Atlantis!

The new fantasy series has been renewed for a second season, the network announced Wednesday.

Set in a world that weaves together ancient Greek myths and history, the drama follows Jason (Jack Donnelly), a young man from our world who somehow winds up in Atlantis. With the help of two new friends... read more

Fat Hercules? The Triangle Guy? A Guide to Demystifying Atlantis' Mix of Myth and History

Jack Donnelly, Mark Addy, Robert Emms

On Saturday at 9/8c, the producers of Merlin launch their new fantasy series Atlantis, which is set in a world that weaves together ancient Greek myths and history. What is this "lost" city, anyway? And why are historical figures chumming it up with mythological heroes? To help keep these facts and fictions straight, check out our guide to Atlantis: read more

Atlantis Exclusive Sneak Peek: Jason and Hercules vs. the Hunting Lions!

Jack Donnelly, Mark Addy, Robert Emms

In the lost city of Atlantis, almost anything is possible ... read more

Game of Thrones Casts Sorceress Melisandre and King Robert’s Brother, Stannis

Stephen Dillane, Carice Van Houten

Game of Thrones continues to fill out its cast for Season 2.

British actor Stephen Dillane, who portrayed Thomas Jefferson in HBO's John Adams, will play Stannis, Entertainment Weekly reports. Stannis is the... read more

Free Beer! The Stars of Game of Thrones Pick Their Sigil, Issue Royal Edicts

Jason Momoa, Lena Headey, Sean Bean

It's been a bloody and arduous journey, but the Game of Thrones cast has emerged from their first season unscathed, although we can't say the same for the characters they played.

Going into the finale Sunday (9/8c on HBO), the actors reflect on how difficult it is living in the Seven Kingdoms and beyond. So TVGuide.com asked them to weigh in on two very important Westerosi subjects:

1. What personal sigil would best represent you?
2. If you ascended to the Iron Throne in modern times, what would your first ruling as king or queen be?

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Game of Thrones' Sophie Turner: Sansa Has Been Manipulated by Joffrey

Sophie Turner

Sophie Turner is well aware that her Game of Thrones character, the dutiful and beautiful Sansa Stark, may not have the most fans. But she hopes that Sunday's episode, airing at 9/8c on HBO, will help change their minds.

"She makes a lot of mistakes that lead to some really bad consequences," Turner tells TVGuide.com. "I think the fans of the books and of the television show are angry at her. People who haven't dug deep enough into the character can't really see the good intentions in Sansa's decisions."

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Game of Thrones' Most Chilling Moment: The Promise of White Walkers

Kit Harington

The Game becomes one of choosing between effective foreshadowing.

Spoiler alert: If you haven't watched the seventh episode, "You Win or You Die," yet, it's best that you turn back now.

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Houses Collide: Game of Thrones Discussion — Tyrion's Brutality and Wait, Renly Is Gay?

Peter Dinklage

Now that we're halfway into the Game of Thrones season, the action has really become meaty (much like the roast venison that graces King Robert's table). In Sunday's episode, everyone gets in on the killing (even The Imp!) and there's so much intrigue to be had, the action actually stayed in Westeros the entire time. To balance out the multiple deaths and brutality, we got a whimsical helping of grotesquery thanks to original scenes written specifically for the HBO series. Shall we delve into "The Wolf and the Lion"?

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Game of Thrones' Harry Lloyd: Viserys' Wig Is the Secret to Waking the Dragon

Harry Lloyd

Like any self-respecting narcissist, Game of Thrones' Viserys Targaryen has a colorful and overinflated way of speaking about himself, uttering lines like, "You don't want to wake the dragon!"

On Sunday's episode (9/8c on HBO), Viserys once again seizes every opportunity to promote himself -- or better yet -- slap someone down as he does to one "pretty little idiot." It's dialogue like this that had Robin Hood actor Harry Lloyd relishing each script and wondering what his megalomaniacal character would say next. "It's brilliant," he tells TVGuide.com. "I get this slow, goofy smile as I turn the pages."

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